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Redskins to Broadcast Nationals Game on Stadium Monitors Sunday

The team solves a problem for fans of both sports.

Washington sports fans faced a dilemma this weekend that now seems to have been partially solved by the Redskins—at least for those fans who will be at FedEx Field for the 1 PM face-off with the Atlanta Falcons. The Nationals’ first playoff game—which will be against either the Atlanta Braves or the St. Louis Cardinals—begins shortly after 3, when the Skins could be in the fourth quarter. The Redskins announced the Nats game will be broadcast on monitors in the stadium, so fans in attendance will be able to watch both games at once. For everyone else, watching at home, it will be all about clicking back and forth, back and forth. May both teams win.

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